Side Effects For Metoprolol Succ Er

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lillian Says:


i am taking metoprolol succer 50 mg also taking blood pressure pill. have light headeness when getting up after sitting awhile. also have no energy am 77 but this is first i have ever taken meds. have a fib lillian



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Verwon Says:

Metoprolol is a beta blocker and the dizziness you're experiencing when you stand up may be due to orthostatic hypertension, which is a sudden drop in blood pressure.

Learn more Orthostatic details here.

Learn more Metoprolol details here.

The low energy just may be a side effect of it. How long have you been taking it?


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This med has horrible side effects consult your dr...

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Handytim Says:

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I AGREE - slept a lot but couldn't sleep at night. No energy, and libido / desire went to the curb.


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